One of the greatest challenges a therapist can face is when a client feels hopeless about the possibility of change. But whether this sense is due to doubts about therapy or the intransigent nature of their struggles, current research challenges the widespread assumption that clients must be strongly motivated in order to change. The Creative Relational Movement (CRM) approach is a set of ideas and practices that stimulates clients to engage in therapy, even when their motivation is low. You’ll discover:
Peter Fraenkel, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and associate professor at City College of New York. He’s the author of numerous publications, including Sync Your Relationship, Save Your Marriage, and the forthcoming books Relationships on the Brink: Last Chance Couple Therapy and The Complete Guide to Couple Therapy: From Happy to Last Chance Across the Lovespan.
Note: This workshop is live.